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Dub Apocalypse Live at Tyrone Farm Cottage on 2008-11-22


Topics jazz, funk, reggae


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Collection DubApocalypse
Band/Artist Dub Apocalypse
Venue Tyrone Farm Cottage
Location Pomfret, CT

Source Neumann KM184 (2.5' Center stage lip, ORTF 110*)>Tascam HDP2(24/96)
Lineage Tascam HDP2>Firewire>WAV>Audition 2.0(resample>16/44.1, fades)>WAV>CDWAV(track)>WAV>FLAC(L7)
Taped by Ken Hannan
Transferred by Ken Hannan

Notes

Dana Colley - Electric Baritone sax
Johnny Trama - Guitar
Eli Winderman - Keyboards
Nate Edgar - Bass
Tommy Bennedetti - Drums

Reviews

Reviewer: samuelfi13 - - February 28, 2011
Subject: Love These Guys
I never would have heard of this band if it wasn't for this website. I love the music, and it's free!

Many thanks to everyone who put in their time to record, edit, convert and post these music files. I consider it a real blessing that you guys are willing to put in the time and effort to do it. (Years ago, I used to do the same thing, gratis, for the Tidewater Classic Guitar Society's subscription concerts, so I know the amount of work that's involved....)

I also want to thank the bands for allowing us to get exposed to their music. I'd never know about any of you or your music if it weren't for this site.

Thanks again.
Reviewer: pajamas4-20 - - February 17, 2011
Subject: This is why i love Archive
With out archive i never would have known this band, and that would really suck. This band is everything you want in music and then some. you cant miss this band. Plus the AUD is quite good so why not get it?
Reviewer: Pharmacy_Dave - - November 24, 2009
Subject: Double phat and phunky
I really don't usually listen to this type of thing...whicg is why it kicked my ass so much. Wow! Just really great party tunes and excellent musicianship.

Way to go guys. I rediscovered something.

All Hail the Archive.
Reviewer: jasperjones - - November 23, 2009
Subject: How deep is your DUB
Thanks to this day in history, HEavy HEavy Deep DUB. This version is Dupa Dubba DUb ,B-B-Base. Dana Colley on electric sax beautifully floats on through on jazz clouds, makes my whole body sway to the deep bass lines. I mean you gotta just love those jazz clouds. Great show, the band is super in-synch with each other.I think the room was smokey.
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